The Guilin of Thailand Surat Thani Thailand Travel Guide

Thailand Travel Guide The Guilin of Thailand Surat Thani

The Guilin of Thailand Surat Thani Thailand Travel Guide

The dam is part of the national park straddling 461,712 rai of expansive forest land and mountains that is home to wildlife including elephant, gaur, serow, tiger, bear and more than 175 species of birds. The most common of the birds seen at the park are the black, bushy-crested and wreathed hornbills. The park is a natural habitat for the world's biggest flower, Rafflesia kerri (Bua Phut). 16 species of Rafflesia are found there. The giant bloom has yellow chestnut and white warts on perigone lobes. The size of the flower ranges from 70-80cm in diametre when in full bloom, that lasts just three to four days. The blooming season is between January to May.

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Chumphon Festival Promotes Beaches Chumphon Thailand Travel Guide

Chumphon Festival Promotes Beaches Chumphon Thailand Travel Guide

The Chumphon provincial office is organising a May 1-9 marine festival along the beaches of Chumphon to promote the area’s white sandy beaches, colourful coral reefs and myriad of islets. Activities – including a windsurfing competition, mini-marathon, angling competition and photo contest – will run along the entire Chumphon coast, including Sai Ree and Thung Wua Lan beaches. For more information, contact the Chumphon Provincial Office at (077) 288 818-9 or (077) 511 551, the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s Southern Regional Office at (077) 288 818-9

Yasothon Launches Rocket Festival Yasothon Thailand Travel Guide

Yasothon Launches Rocket Festival Yasothon Thailand Travel Guide

The Bun Bung Fai Rocket Festival, one of the most important celebrations for Isaan people, will be held May 14 -16 in Yasothon province. The rite is believed to ensure that rains fall at the best times in the rice-planting cycle. Buddhist merit-making rituals are also observed. During the fest’s first day, teams carry their home-made missiles in lively parades escorted by dance troupes. On the second day, the rockets are mounted on carts and drawn in pageants. This is also the day for the ordination of Buddhist novices. For details, contact the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s Northeastern Office at (045) 243 770.

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